1970s Personal Computers Handbook ~ 286 pagesASR 33 Teletype, S-100 & Multibus Micros, Bubble Memory, Apple II, Bytemaster, COSMAC VIP, North Star Horizon, OSI Challenger, IMSAI PCS-80, SWTPC 6800, SOL-20, Commodore PET, TRS-80, Intellivision, Compucolor II, Atari 400, TI-99/4
Written for electronics hobbyists and engineers, this hard-to-find book gives a broad - yet detailed - overview of personal computing at the end of the 1970s, with numerous photos, schematics, pinouts, and code listings supplementing the text.
Highlighting on a handful of pages. Otherwise, the book is in very goodcondition. Softcover, 286 pages.This item ships WORLDWIDE.Contents include:
-Hobby Computers and their Applications- Microprocessors- Storage (disk, magnetic tape, paper tape, bubble memory, CCDs)- On-Board Memory- Buses (S-100, Multibus, IEEE 488) and I/O- Peripherals (including teletype and video terminals, speech recognition)- Programming Principles with Examples (both low- and high-level languages)- Typical Personal Computers (photos, prices, and specs)- Hardware & Software Troubleshooting